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Andrew Farriss plays Come Midnight, performed at Piedmont Studios inside his home near Barraba, NSW, for Review’s Isolation Room - a video series starring top musicians and artistic performers recorded at their homes. Picture: Glenn Hunt for The Australian, October 2018.

Andrew Farriss plays Come Midnight, from his upcoming solo debut album, for Review’s video series starring top musicians and artistic performers recorded at their homes.

April 9, 2020

Commentary

The good times will roll again one fine day

Undated pic of The Easybeats performing - they were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame 6/05 - music groups bands

We’re a long way from a republic, the great cities are stilled, but we have music.

April 8, 2020 April 8, 2020

Review

WATCH: Joseph Tawadros in the Isolation Room

For Review's Isolation Room series by The Australian newspaper, Joseph Tawadros plays Dreaming Hermit on his oud at his home in London on Thursday, March 26 2020. Picture: Britta Campion / The Australian, January 2016.

Joseph Tawadros plays Dreaming Hermit, from his 2014 album Permission to Evaporate, on his oud for Review’s video series starring top artistic performers recorded at their homes.

April 7, 2020 April 7, 2020

Music

APRA Awards move online

Supplied Entertainment Tones and I releases Bad Child single. Picture: Supplied.

The 2020 APRA Music Awards will become a virtual event to be held on May 26.

April 7, 2020

Review

WATCH: Felicity Urquhart in the Isolation Room

Felicity Urquhart plays Hopscotch Sunday, from her 2019 album Frozen Rabbit, performed at her home on the NSW central coast, for Review’s Isolation Room - a video series starring top musicians and artistic performers recorded at their homes. Picture: Josh Favaloro for The Australian, January 2020.

Felicity Urquhart plays Hopscotch Sunday, from her 2019 album Frozen Rabbit, for Review’s video series starring top musicians and artistic performers recorded at their homes.

April 6, 2020 April 6, 2020

Music

Chalking one up for creativity

Felicity Urquhart

With her performance of Hopscotch Sunday, Felicity Urquhart is the latest Australian star to grace our Isolation Room video series.

April 6, 2020

Review

WATCH: Rob Cossom in the Isolation Room

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra principal percussionist Rob Cossom rehearses his own composition, Nocturne for Vibraphone, for Review’s Isolation Room - a video series starring top musicians and artistic performers recorded at their homes. Image cropped from supplied photograph.

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra percussionist Rob Cossom rehearses a vibraphone piece for Review’s video series starring top musicians and artistic performers recorded at their homes.

April 5, 2020 April 5, 2020

Music

The sound of beauty and soul: remembering Bill Withers

The combination of a voice with the soulfulness of Stevie Wonder and the folksy, singer-songwriter sensibility of James Taylor gave the music of Bill Withers a unique appeal to black and white audiences.

Bill Withers avoided the spotlight in later years, but his presence lived on through his ubiquitous songs.

April 4, 2020 April 4, 2020

Review

WATCH: John Williamson in the Isolation Room

John Williamson plays Cootamundra Wattle at his home near Springbrook, Queensland for Review’s Isolation Room - a video series starring top musicians and artistic performers recorded at their homes. Image cropped from photograph by Luke Marsden for The Australian.

John Williamson plays Cootamundra Wattle, from his 1986 album Mallee Boy, for Review’s video series starring top musicians and artistic performers recorded at their homes.

April 3, 2020 April 3, 2020

Music

Heaven is a place on Earth for Aussie legend

John Williamson

With his performance of Cootamundra Wattle, John Williamson is the latest Aussie star to grace our Isolation Room video series.

Arts Editor

Ashleigh Wilson has been arts editor since 2011. He has been at the paper for more than 15 years in various roles around the country, including several years as Darwin correspondent. In 2006, he and Nicolas Rothwell won a Walkley award for coverage of indigenous affairs. His first book, published by Text in 2016, was Brett Whiteley: Art, Life and the Other Thing, a biography of the late Australian painter. His second book, On Artists, was published by MUP in 2019.

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